7 Days trip in Morocco

Budget: 0 USD - 2950 USD City sightseeing Cultural experiences Historical landmarks Food exploration Wildlife exploration
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Morocco is a diverse and culturally rich country located in North Africa, with a fascinating history and stunning landscapes.

General Infomation

Exchange Rate of 1 USD to MAD
MAD 10.15
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Day 1

  1. Hassan II Mosque

    60 minutes

    Visit the largest mosque in Morocco, one of the few mosques open to non-Muslims and a true architectural marvel.

  2. Rick's Cafe

    90 minutes

    Have lunch at this legendary restaurant, inspired by the iconic film Casablanca and recreate the magic of the silver screen.

  3. Oudayas Kasbah

    120 minutes

    Explore the ancient fortifications of the Kasbah, the oldest part of Rabat and a great place to witness the city's rich cultural heritage.

Day 2

  1. Chefchaoun Medina

    120 minutes

    Wander the narrow streets and alleyways of this magical blue city at your own pace, taking in the vibrant colors, friendly locals and charming architecture.

  2. La Lampe Magique

    90 minutes

    Stop for lunch at this delightful family-run restaurant that serves traditional Moroccan dishes with a modern twist.

  3. Ras el-Maa Waterfall

    60 minutes

    Hike to this stunning natural wonder and cool off in the crystal-clear waters of the pool below. Keep an eye peeled for local wildlife like monkeys and birds of prey.

Day 3

  1. Fes Medina

    120 minutes

    Step back in time and get lost in the labyrinthine streets and alleys of the world-famous Fes market, one of the oldest marketplaces in all of Africa.

  2. Cafeteria Owner Amine

    60 minutes

    Enjoy a traditional Moroccan lunch at a local's apartment. The owner, Amine, is a former Berber nomad who offers family-style meals.

  3. Bab Boujeloud Gates

    60 minutes

    Experience the old gates of Fes that separate the ancient city from the new city, a magnificent feat of architectural design and a symbol of Fes's rich history.

Day 4

  1. Merzouga Desert

    360 minutes

    Ride a camel to the world-famous Erg Chebbi sand dunes of the Merzouga Desert. Experience the majesty of the Sahara Desert and its awe-inspiring vistas.

  2. Kasbah Ziz

    90 minutes

    Visit the 17th-century Kasbah, a UNESCO World Heritage site, in Ouarzazate. Enjoy a tour of this important fortress that has been used as a backdrop for many films and TV productions.

  3. Le Kasbah

    120 minutes

    Feast on the local cuisine in this delightful restaurant that celebrates the bold, rustic, and aromatic flavors of Morocco.

Day 5

  1. Jardin Majorelle

    120 minutes

    Spend some time in this stunning garden oasis, a masterpiece of Moroccan design and a serene respite from the hectic streets of Marrakech.

  2. Riad Jona

    90 minutes

    Have lunch at this delightful restaurant that serves up tasty traditional Moroccan dishes amid the grand Moroccan decor.

  3. Bahia Palace

    60 minutes

    Visit this spectacular 19th-century palace that is a veritable feast for the senses, with its intricate mosaics, opulent decorations, and lush gardens.

Day 6

  1. Jardin en Agdal

    120 minutes

    Discover one of the most beautiful gardens of the city which measures 400 hectares, you can stroll through the beautiful orange trees, olive trees and magnificent pools.

  2. Latitude 31

    120 minutes

    Have lunch at this modern twist on Moroccan cuisine, it is a popular place for light, intimate bites amid gorgeous surroundings. Tapas-style dishes are often served here so you can indulge in a variety of flavors.

  3. Koutoubia Mosque

    30 minutes

    Visit this grande mosque, an Islamic landmark located in the southwest medina quarter of Marrakech. With its stunning minaret, this is one of the most recognizable buildings of the city.

Day 7

  1. Jardin Majorelle

    120 minutes

    Spend more time in one of the most picturesque gardens found in the city to breathe in the tranquillity of the surroundings.

  2. Nomad Restaurant

    120 minutes

    Have lunch at this restaurant located in the heart of Marrakech which features traditional Moroccan food but with a modern twist. It is perfect for those looking for a hearty and healthy meal.

  3. Palmeraie

    120 minutes

    Visit this lush Palmeraie, a vast palm grove of more than 100,000 trees surrounding Marrakech. It is an impressive sight, and it's fascinating to learn about the Berber culture and way of life.

Estimated Cost (USD)


10-20 per night
50-100 per night
30-80 per night


city bus
1-2 per ride
3-5 per ride
rental car
20-50 per day


street food
2-5 per meal
local restaurant
7-15 per meal
fancy restaurant
20-50 per meal


museum entrance fee
3-7 per person
guided city tour
20-50 per person
camel ride in Merzouga
40-80 per person

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